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The nose is fruity, fresh, without excess and gives an immediate desire to taste. On the palate, the wine is very pleasant from the attack, without hardness, then evolves, tender and tasty. This Saint-Emilion Quintus is particularly appreciated for its length and persistence in the mouth.
Garde 15 ans
Merlot Noir : 63,5 % ; Cabernet Franc : 22,5 %, Cabernet Sauvignon : 14 %
Gouleyant, Suave, Gourmand, Fruité, Généreux, Fraîcheur
The Saint Emilion de Quintus cuvée was first elaborated in 2014 and is a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon grown on the low plots of the Dordogne river.
Delicate, racy and finely wooded with vanilla, this wine from Château Quintus shows a beautiful maturity on this vintage. The attack is frank and tasty then the warm side takes the step to leave us the pure expression of the fruit on the palate. A very good price/quality indicator!
This wine is served with
Saint Emilion de Quintus will suit very well on a deer back or a daube, served around 15 °C. To open an hour before the service.
Clarence Dillon Wines is recognised as a merchant in Grands Crus Bordelais and makes it an unmissable reference for Place de Bordeaux. Clarence Dillon has exclusive partnerships to satisfy a French and international clientele.
In 2011, Clarence Dillon acquired Château Quintus, an emblematic property of Saint-Emilion. In 2013, Château Quintus bought a nearby property, then extended a third time in 2021. Together, these three properties form 45 hectares among the most qualitative of the appellation Saint Emilion: indeed, they are among the oldest and were cited in the Féret Guide as the “First Cru de Saint-Emilion” in the 1900s. For the anecdote, Quintus takes its name from the number 5 (V) since its plots naturally turn towards the four cardinal points and towards the sky.
In another style, Clarence Dillon presents the Château Tour Blanquet, which has been owned since 2003 by the Lamy family. It entrusted part of its plots to Cos d’Estournel, its prestigious neighbour. Its 3 hectares located on the beautiful Saint-Estèphe appellation offer soft wines with remarkably polished tannins. The vineyards of Tour Blanquet are on average 35 years old, a factor that significantly influences the complexity and depth of Château Tour Blanquet wines produced. A nice property to find at Clarence Dillon wines.
Château Trigant has been in the Sèze family since 1860, it has a strong family history and united all the professions that followed it: artists, navigators and explorers, among others. This confidential vineyard of 3.5 hectares on deep grave soils produces elegant wines, with well-integrated woodland. This estate was built by Philippe Trigant, a lawyer at the Bordeaux Parliament. Trigant offers the best of the Pessac-Léognan appellation and is added to the wide range of Domaine Clarence Dillon. Very representative of its terroir, this cuvée is balanced, supple and finely fruity.
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